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# Twos complement of a given 3 or more bit binary number of non-zero magnitude is the same the original number if all bits except the?

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In the 2's complement representation, the 2's complement of a binary number is obtained by first finding the one's complement (flipping all the bits), and then adding 1 to the result. This representation is commonly used to represent signed integers in binary form.

Now, if all bits except the sign bit are the same, taking the 2's complement of the binary number will result in the negative of the original number. The sign bit (the leftmost bit) is flipped, changing the sign of the entire number.

For example, let's take the 4-bit binary number

1101

1. The 2's complement would be obtained as follows:

Find the one's complement:

0010

Add 1 to the one's complement:

0011

Abhay Pandey

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except the first one changes~ the first bit is the one which determines whether or not it's a negative or a positive integer

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